July 14, 2003

 

A regular meeting of the City Council was held on Monday, July 14, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  Mayor Black presided.  The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited in unison.

 

Council members present:

Drummond Black, Mary Currie, Daryl Griggs, Marty Wazbinski

Council members absent:

Hollis McKeag (excused)

 

MINUTES

Approval of the minutes of the June 23, 2003 special and regular meetings was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski.  (Motion adopted.)

 

MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF THE AMERICAN LEGION MEDIA AWARD

Ron Browne, Production Director for MCTV, introduced Wilson Coomer, American Legion Post 165 member.  Wilson Coomer presented the Michigan Department of American Legion Media Award to MCTV.  Ron Browne accepted the award on behalf of MCTV.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

No comments were made.

 

CABLE COMMUNICATIONS FRANCHISE RENEWAL AGREEMENT

Jack Duso, Assistant City Manager, presented information on the Cable Communications Franchise Renewal Agreement and on the June 30, 2003 meeting with the Cable Access Advisory Commission.  George Widiger, 116 Harrison Street and MCTV volunteer, spoke on his concern the agreement was too restrictive.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

WHEREAS, the Cable Communications Franchise Agreement by and between Charter Communications and the City of Midland dated January 30, 1984 has been extended to July 29, 2003 at which time it will expire; and

WHEREAS, the City of Midland and representatives of Charter Communications have negotiated a renewal of the Cable Communications Franchise Agreement dated July 29, 2003; and

WHEREAS, the proposed agreement was presented to the City Council at the June 23, 2003 City Council meeting and received and filed for public review at the City Clerk’s office and the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library; and

WHEREAS, the City Manager was directed to present the proposed agreement to the Cable Access Advisory Commission; and

WHEREAS, the proposed agreement was presented to the Cable Access Advisory Commission on June 30, 2003; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the Cable Communications Franchise Agreement by and between Charter Communications and the City of Midland dated July 29, 2003 is hereby approved and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute said agreement.  (Motion adopted.)

 

JILMAR ESTATES SUBDIVISION NO. 1 & NO. 2 SIDEWALK TIME EXTENSION

Jon Lynch, Assistant City Manager and Director of Planning and Community Development, presented information on the request for an extension of time to complete sidewalk in Jilmar Estates Subdivision No. 1 and No. 2.  George Rafos, 5908 Swede Avenue, gave an overview of the subdivisions and spoke in support of the time extension.  The resolution approving a three-year time extension was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Griggs.  After council discussion, Council Member Wazbinski moved, seconded by Council Member Griggs, to amend the resolution for a two-year time extension.  The following amended resolution was then presented for consideration:

 

WHEREAS, a written request has been received from George and Jill Rafos, proprietors of Jilmar Estates Subdivision No. 1 and Jilmar Estates Subdivision No. 2 to extend the period of time to complete the sidewalk within said subdivision; now therefore

RESOLVED, that in accord with Sections 23-80(1) and 23-80(3) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Midland, the City Council hereby extends the period of time to complete the sidewalks within Jilmar Estates Subdivision No. 1 and Jilmar Estates Subdivision No. 2 until June 26, 2005, conditioned upon receipt of financial guarantee in an amount determined by the City Engineer, valid for a period of one year beyond the date of required completion of the sidewalk; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that if a new financial guarantee is not provided by July 28, 2003, Council authorizes staff to use the existing financial guarantee on file to install all remaining sidewalk.  (Motion adopted.)

 

PURCHASE OF PROPERTY FOR WATER MAIN INSTALLATION - MCCANN

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, the City of Midland desires to enter into an agreement for the purchase of a parcel of land lying south of James Savage Road and north of the former railroad right of way in the Northeast ¼ of Section 23, T. 14 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan; and

WHEREAS, said parcel of land will be used to install a new water main; and

WHEREAS, an agreement to purchase said property was submitted to the City of Midland by Thomas J. McCann, Jr. and Alayne R. McCann, in the amount of Eleven Thousand Dollars; and

WHEREAS, the present owner of the property, Thomas J. McCann, Jr. and Alayne R.  McCann, have also agreed to this purchase price; now therefore

RESOLVED, that said purchase agreement is hereby approved, and the purchase will be funded by the Water Fund and the Finance Director is directed to make a payment of Eleven Thousand Dollars to Thomas J. McCann, Jr. and Alayne R. McCann; and

RESOLVED FURTHER,  that a Quitclaim Deed from Thomas J. McCann, Jr. and Alayne R. McCann is accepted and ordered recorded following payment by the City of Midland.  (Motion adopted.)

 

TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER S-03-06

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. S-03-06 filed March 27, 2003 pursuant to Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances to establish traffic control as follows:

That Ellsworth Street shall stop for Third Street and Third Street stop for Ellsworth Street, thus making a three-way stop.

is hereby made permanent.  (Motion adopted.)

 

PIZZA SAM’S LIQUOR LICENSE TRANSFER REQUEST

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

RESOLVED, that the request from Pizza Sam, Inc. to transfer ownership of 2001 Class C licensed business with Dance Permit, located in escrow at 1082 W. Saginaw, Sanford, MI  48657, Jerome Township, Midland County, from Gary Wayne Dexter; and transfer location (Governmental Unit) (MCL 436.1531 (1) to 102 W. Main, Midland, MI 48640; Midland County; and request a New Entertainment Permit be considered for approval.  It is the consensus of this legislative body that the application be: 

Recommended for issuance.  (Motion adopted.)

 

ICE CREAM SALES IN PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY

Jack Duso, Assistant City Manager, presented information on requests from Darlene Faylor and Ben James for permission to sell ice cream in the public right of way and the recommended conditions for approval.  Marvin Humphrey, 3856 Shorkey Drive, Beaverton and owner of Afternoon Delights Ice Cream Company, asked Council to delay action on the request from Ben James.  Mr. Humphrey requested additional time to review the conditions of approval and cost for insurance.  Ben James, driver for Afternoon Delights Ice Cream Company, agreed with the request to delay action.  Darlene Faylor, 2534 E. Ashby Road, spoke against the amount of liability insurance coverage required and the restriction on amplified sound.  Ms. Faylor requested Council take action on her request tonight and reconsider the amount of liability insurance required.  Denise Powell, 3122 Dana Road, Coleman; Rox Powell, 5640 Roehrs Road, Beaverton; and Laura Humphrey, 1446 S. Patterson Road; spoke against the excessive liability insurance required.  Danielle Whipping, 1446 S. Patterson Road, as a customer of both ice cream vendors spoke in support of ice cream vendors.  Council directed staff to review the liability insurance requirements, the use of background checks for drivers of ice cream trucks and report back to Council at the next meeting.  The following resolution was then offered by Council member Wazbinski and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

RESOLVED, that the request of Darlene Faylor to sell ice cream in the public rights of way is hereby approved subject to the following conditions:

;and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Administrative Staff is authorized to approve future requests if conducted in substantially the same manner.  (Motion adopted.)

 

MML ANNUAL MEETING – VOTING DELEGATE

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

RESOLVED, that R. Drummond Black, Mayor, is designated as a voting delegate and Marty A. Wazbinski, Mayor Pro Tem, is designated as an alternate voting delegate from the City of Midland to the September 17, 2003, business session of the Annual Business Meeting of the Michigan Municipal League.  (Motion adopted.)

 


PURCHASE – GOLF COURSE CHEMICALS

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, sealed proposals were advertised and received in accord with Article II of Chapter 2 of the Midland Code of Ordinances for the purchase of golf course chemicals, fertilizer and grass seed, Bid No. 2673; and

WHEREAS, funding for these golf course supplies is included in the 2003-04 Golf Course Fund budget under “Horticultural Supplies”; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the Purchasing Agent is authorized to issue a purchase order to Turfgrass, Inc. of South Lyon, Michigan up to the amount of $46,547.26 for chemicals, fertilizer and grass seed in accordance with their proposals and city specifications.  (Motion adopted.)

 

PURCHASE – RESIDENTIAL REFUSE TRUCK

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, Bid No. 2404 was awarded by City Council on July 24, 2000 for the purchase of two residential refuse trucks for a unit price of $211,750 to Great Lakes Service Center, Inc; and

WHEREAS, there are limited suppliers of the residential refuse truck specified and Great Lakes Service Center, Inc. was the single bidder in July 2000; and

WHEREAS, Great Lakes Service Center, Inc. has agreed to extend the unit price of $211,750 for the purchase of one additional residential refuse truck; and

WHEREAS, staff recommends competitive bids be waived for the purchase of this additional refuse truck to take advantage of a favorable unit price typically unavailable with limited competition; and

WHEREAS, funding for a new residential refuse truck in the amount of $235,000 is included in the 2003-04 Equipment Revolving Fund budget for Capital Outlay, “Vehicles,” as part of a program to replace and upgrade the residential refuse collection fleet; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the competitive bid process for the purchase of a residential refuse truck be waived and the Purchasing Agent be authorized to issue a purchase order to Great Lakes Service Center, Inc. of Franklin, Michigan in the amount of $211,750, in accordance with the proposal and city specifications.  (Motion adopted.)

 

BOOK ORDERING & PROCESSING SERVICES FOR LIBRARY

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, sealed bids were received in accord with Article II of Chapter 2 of the Midland Code of Ordinances for book ordering and book processing services for the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library in July 2002; and

WHEREAS, the proposal submitted by Brodart Co. was determined to produce the lowest net cost to the City for the purchasing and processing of books for the library; and

WHEREAS, Brodart Co. has indicated their interest in extending the same discounts, terms, and conditions of the current contract into fiscal year 2003/2004; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the current contract with Brodart Co. for book ordering and processing services for the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library be extended through fiscal year 2003/2004 in an amount not to exceed $325,000 and the necessary purchase order authorized.  (Motion adopted.)

 


PERIODICAL SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES FOR LIBRARY

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, sealed proposals have been advertised and received in accord with Article II of Chapter 2 of the Midland Code of Ordinances for periodical subscription services for the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library; and

WHEREAS, the proposal submitted by Magazine Subscription Service Agency is the lowest bid that is compliant to bid specifications; and

WHEREAS, funding is available in the 2003/2004 Grace A. Dow Memorial Library budget; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the sealed proposal for Bid No. 2675 submitted by Magazine Subscription Service Agency for periodical subscription services for the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library in an amount not to exceed $30,000 is hereby accepted and the necessary purchase order authorized.  (Motion adopted.)

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES – UPDATING ZONING & SUBDIVISION ORDINANCES

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, on December 1, 2001 the Midland City Council approved a resolution authorizing the City to enter into an agreement with McKenna Associates, Inc. to provide professional services in the amount of $65,000; and

WHEREAS, such services involve updating the City’s existing Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances; and

WHEREAS, Section II (C) of the agreement indicates that the consultant shall receive approval from the City prior to undertaking any activity, which will result in additional costs to the City; and

WHEREAS, the staff and McKenna Associates, Inc. have identified several issues requiring additional work that were not anticipated in the original service agreement including an overlay zoning district within the Downtown Zone; now therefore

RESOLVED, this resolution authorizes an expenditure of $2,500 to McKenna Associates, Inc. for services, in addition to the previously authorized $65,000 project cost.  (Motion adopted.)

 

BROADHEAD ESTATES SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION SERVICES

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, current staffing levels within the Engineering Department along with an above normal number of projects this construction season require that professional services for construction engineering inspection and oversight of the underground utilities and street paving for Broadhead Estates Subdivision, be obtained from a consultant; and

WHEREAS, proposals were received from interested engineering firms in accordance with the City’s purchasing policy; and

WHEREAS, funding for said project is provided by the developer of Broadhead Estates Subdivision; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the proposal received from R.C. Engineering, Inc. of Saginaw, Michigan, with an estimated total cost of $27,960.00, is hereby accepted in accordance with the submitted proposal, and the Purchasing Agent is authorized to issue a purchase order for said services; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Manager has the authority to approve any change orders modifying or altering this contract in an aggregate amount up to $5,000.  (Motion adopted.)

 

WATER TREATMENT PLANT JANITORIAL SERVICES

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, the Water Treatment Plant (WTP) has over 100,000 square feet of floor space that is cleaned and maintained, including open and treatment areas of the plant, office spaces, the laboratory, shop area, locker rooms, and restrooms; and

WHEREAS, for the past ten years the WTP has utilized the Arnold Center of Midland on a month-to-month basis to provide janitorial services; and

WHEREAS, staff has been very pleased with the reliability and commitment that the Arnold Center and its special needs clients have provided, and would like to continue this business relationship; and

WHEREAS, funds are available for said purpose in the 2003/04 Water Fund account #591-8272-821.93-04 - Repairs and Maintenance / Janitorial Service; now therefore

RESOLVED, that in accord with Section 2-18 of the Code of Ordinances, the requirement for sealed proposals is hereby waived, and a purchase order is authorized for the Arnold Center of Midland in an amount not to exceed $23,328.  (Motion adopted.)

 

CONSULTING ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR NORTHEAST PRESSURE DISTRICT

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, sealed proposals were received for Bid No. 2586, Design Services for Water Improvements for the Northeast Pressure District project, in accord with Section 2-18 of the Midland Code of Ordinances, and on July 22, 2002 Council awarded the contract to Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber of Grand Rapids, Michigan in the amount of $109,870; and

WHEREAS, utilities staff are very pleased with the completed design and plans and recognizes that FTC&H, having performed the design plans for this project, is in the best position to provide high-level consulting services during the construction segment of Phase 1; and

WHEREAS, a comprehensive proposal outlining the scope of services to provide bid and construction engineering for a fee in the amount of $84,700 has been received from FTC&H, and staff recommends that the bid and construction processes commence immediately by waiving competitive sealed bids as impractical, in accord with Sec. 2-18 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of Midland, and retain the engineering services of FTC&H to perform this work at an amount not to exceed $84,700; and

WHEREAS, sufficient funds are available in the 2003/04 Water Fund account #591-9120-912.97-65 - Capital Outlay / Construction Projects; now therefore

RESOLVED, that based upon the recommendation of the City staff and since FTC&H performed the design plans for this project and is in the best position to provide bid and construction engineering services for Phase 1 of the Northeast Pressure District project, the City Council hereby determines that sealed proposals are impractical and in accord with Section 2-18 of the Code of Ordinances the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to issue a purchase order  to Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber in the amount of $84,700; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Manager is authorized to approve change orders modifying or altering this contract in an aggregate amount not to exceed $10,000.  (Motion adopted.)

 

STATE STREET SEWER LINING REPAIR

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, it was determined by the video inspection that a 529 foot stretch of 12-inch sanitary sewer pipe along State Street between Carpenter Street and North Street showed joint offsets and joint separations, allowing debris to be washed into the pipe, causing deterioration of the street sub-base; and

WHEREAS, the method of repair that is the most cost-effective and causes the least amount of disruption is a full-length liner; and

WHEREAS, the pricing structure submitted by Insituform Technologies USA, Inc. was approved by Council in November 2001 and is still being honored; and

WHEREAS, funds totaling $25,160 is available in the 2003/04 Wastewater Fund, account #590-9120-912.97-50 - Capital Outlay / Sewer System; now therefore

RESOLVED, that a purchase order is hereby authorized to Insituform Technologies USA, Inc. in the amount of $25,160; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Manager is authorized to make changes to this purchase order in an aggregate amount not to exceed $5,000.  (Motion adopted.)

 

BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT ZONE

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Midland has received and reviewed testimony that there are or may be certain environmentally distressed, blighted, or economically distressed areas in the City of Midland and that the continued existence of such areas can limit, hinder, or delay the redevelopment or revitalization of identifiable zones within the City, and, accordingly, that it is in the best interests of the public to facilitate the implementation of plans relating to the identification and treatment of such areas so as to promote revitalization within an area of the City of Midland more particularly described as the entire City of Midland as its corporate limits may from time to time be amended (the “Proposed Brownfield Redevelopment Zone”); and

WHEREAS, on June 21, 1999 the City Council created the City of Midland Brownfield Redevelopment Authority in accord with the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Act, being Act 381 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 1996, as amended (the “Act”); and

WHEREAS, Section 3 (1) of the Act (MCL 125.2653(1)) provides for an Authority established prior to the effective date of the amendatory act, being Act 145 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 2000, to exercise its powers within its designated zones; and

WHEREAS, in order to further such interests, it is appropriate for the City Council to provide for the operation of a Brownfield Redevelopment Authority within the City of Midland pursuant to and in accord with the provisions of the Act; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to the Act, this Council is required (a) to hold a public hearing on the adoption of a proposed resolution designating the boundaries of the Proposed Brownfield Redevelopment Zone, an area within which the Authority shall exercise its powers, and (b) to publish notice of said public hearing to be published in the Midland Daily News, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Midland, all in accord with Section 4(2) of the Act; now therefore

RESOLVED, that:

  1. The City Council hereby determines that it is in the best interests of the public to promote the redevelopment of environmentally distressed, blighted, or economically distressed areas of the City of Midland, and in order to do so, to facilitate the implementation of brownfield plans relating to the designation and treatment of such areas within brownfield redevelopment zones.
  2. A public hearing shall be held before the City Council on Monday, the 25th day of August, 2003, at 7:00 p.m., Eastern Time, in the City Hall in the City of Midland on the adoption of a resolution designating the boundaries of a Proposed Brownfield Redevelopment Zone, an area within the Authority shall exercise its powers.
  3. The City Clerk shall give notice to the public of the public hearing by causing notice to be published in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, in the Midland Daily News, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Midland on the 23rd day of July, 2003, and the 30th day of July, 2003, and by posting notice of the public hearing, in the form attached hereto as Exhibit B, pursuant to the practice of the City Clerk.

(Motion adopted.)

 

BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT PLAN

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Midland has received and reviewed testimony that there are or may be certain environmentally distressed, blighted, or economically distressed areas in the City of Midland and that the continued existence of such areas can limit, hinder, or delay the redevelopment or revitalization of identifiable zones within the City, and, accordingly, that it is in the best interests of the public to facilitate the implementation of plans relating to the identification and treatment of environmentally distressed areas so as to promote revitalization within an area of the City of Midland more particularly described as the entire City of Midland as its corporate limits may from time to time be amended (the “Proposed Brownfield Redevelopment Zone”); and

WHEREAS, in order to further such interests, it is appropriate for the City Council to approve a Brownfield Redevelopment Authority within the City of Midland pursuant to and in accord with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Act, being Act 381 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 1996, as amended (the “Act”); and

WHEREAS, pursuant to the Act, this Council is required (a) to hold a public hearing on the approval of a proposed Brownfield Redevelopment Plan under the Act (the “Plan”) and (b) to publish notice of said public hearing to be published in the Midland Daily News, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Midland, all in accord with Section 4(2) of the Act; now therefore

RESOLVED, that:

  1. The City Council hereby determines that it is in the best interests of the public to promote the redevelopment of environmentally distressed, blighted, or economically distressed areas of the City of Midland, and in order to do so, to facilitate the implementation of brownfield plans relating to the designation and treatment of such areas within brownfield redevelopment zones.
  2. The City Council hereby declares its intention to implement a Brownfield Redevelopment Plan within the City of Midland pursuant to and in accord with the provisions of the Act.
  3. A public hearing shall be held before the City Council on Monday, the 25th day of August, 2003, at 7:00 p.m., in the City Hall in the City of Midland on the proposed approval of a Brownfield Redevelopment Plan.
  4. The City Clerk shall give notice to the public of the public hearing by causing notice to be published in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, in the Midland Daily News, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of Midland on the 23rd day of July, 2003, and the 30th day of July, 2003, and by posting notice of the public hearing, in the form attached hereto as Exhibit B, pursuant to the practice of the City Clerk.

(Motion adopted.)

 

CIVIC ARENA REPORT

Martin McGuire, Director of Public Services, introduced Tom Anastos of Suburban Hockey.  Tom Anastos presented an overview of the Midland Civic Arena Report that addresses the background of the arena project, analyzes ice use trends, presents financial models and looks at various building options.  Council Member Wazbinski requested Mr. Anastos prepare cost estimates for the scenario of adding the third sheet of ice within six months to an existing new two-sheet facility.  This information will provide Council with an estimate of the additional costs in building the third sheet of ice at a later time.  Bill Bartlett, Chairman of Fast Ice Inc., stated he is looking forward to reviewing the report and presenting information at the public hearing.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

WHEREAS, On January 27, 2003, the City Council authorized staff to contract with Tom Anastos of Suburban Hockey, to study the issues surrounding the Midland Civic Arena and to develop revenue and expenditure data for various renovation and replacement options; and

WHEREAS, Anastos has completed his report and submitted it to City Council; and

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to receive public input on the report; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby receives the Civic Arena Report of Tom Anastos and schedules a public hearing regarding the report to be held at the City Council meeting of August 11, 2003; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the staff is hereby directed to make the report available on-line at www.midland-mi.org, at the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library and at the City Clerk’s Office.  (Motion adopted.)

 

CLOSED SESSION

The following resolution was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Griggs:

 

RESOLVED, that in accord with Section 8(e) of Public Act 267 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 1976, as amended, and upon adoption of this resolution by at least four affirmative votes of the City Council, the City Council shall immediately adjourn to a closed session to consult with its attorneys regarding trial or settlement strategy in connection with specific pending litigation which, if discussed at an open meeting, would have a detrimental financial effect on the litigating or settlement position of the public body.  (Motion adopted by a Roll Call Vote.)

 

Being no further business the meeting adjourned at 8:53 p.m.

 

 

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            Sandy Marshall, Deputy City Clerk