October 27, 2003

 

A regular meeting of the City Council was held on Monday, October 27, 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, Hollis McKeag, Marty Wazbinski

Council members absent:

None

 

MINUTES

Approval of the minutes of the October 13, 2003 regular meeting was offered by Council Member Currie and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski.  (Motion adopted.)

 

“TRICK-OR-TREAT FOR UNICEF” WEEK

Selina Tisdale, Community Relations Coordinator, introduced Mary Jane Ditzler, Chairperson, Midland Area UNICEF Committee.  Ms. Ditzler, with four trick or treaters, gave a brief overview of the “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF” program.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Wazbinski and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

RESOLVED, that the Mayor is authorized to issue the attached proclamation designating the week of October 27 – November 3, 2003, as “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF” Week in Midland.  (Motion adopted.)  Mayor Black presented Ms. Ditzler with the proclamation designating the week of October 27th to November 3, 2003 as “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF” Week.

 

SANITARY LANDFILL RATE ORDINANCE

Noel Bush, Director of Utilities, presented information on a first reading of an amendment to the City of Midland Sanitary Landfill Rate Ordinance.  J. Lawrence Pillepich, 3602 McKeith Road, requested that Council consider allowing residents to make more than one trip per month for yard waste disposal.  Introduction and first reading of the following ordinance amendment was then offered by Council Member Wazbinski and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

ORDINANCE NO. ______

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF MIDLAND, MICHIGAN, BY AMENDING SECTION 21-34 OF ARTICLE I OF CHAPTER 21 THEREOF.

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  Section 21-34 of Article I of Chapter 21 of the Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 21-34. Sanitary landfill disposal fees.

(a)        Landfill disposal fees. Before being permitted to dispose of refuse, all vehicles seeking to discharge refuse at the city's sanitary landfill shall present the proper identification to the landfill attendant indicating that the refuse was generated within the City of Midland or Midland County and pay the attendant a fee as follows:

Type of Refuse

Disposal Fee

(1)*

General refuse delivered in a Passenger car, furnished camper

$  3.00

(2)*

General refuse delivered in a pickup, panel van, or trailer (in excess of 3 yards), residential only

3.00


 

(1)*

Refuse (except tires) delivered in a passenger car, furnished camper, pickup, panel van, or trailer, RESIDENTIAL ONLY

$0.00

 

* One load per month per address of three cubic yards or less of general refuse (EXCEPT TIRES) and yard waste may be disposed at no charge to the resident, which shall be compensated by the city’s general fund.  One appliance may be included as part of the three free yards.  Additional loads and refuse in excess of three yards shall be charged according to the disposal fee schedule.

 

(2)

General refuse (per cubic yard)

5.50

(3)

Construction and Demolition material; Foundry Sand (per cubic yard)

10.00

(4)

Packer vehicles (per cubic yard) city/contractors

8.50

(5)

Tires (per each):

 

 

  Passenger car tire

5.00

 

  Truck tire

10.00

 

  Heavy equipment tire

15.00

(6)

Yard waste (per cubic yard)

3.00

(7)

Appliances (per each)

7.00

(8)

Contaminated soil/asbestos (per cubic yard)

12.00

(9)

Fee for sharps containers (per each)

3.00

(10)

Wastewater and water sludges/street dirt (per cubic yard)

10.00

(11)

Bulk medical waste (includes compacted)

10.00

(12)

Scrap metal (excludes appliances)

   3.00

 (b)       The disposal fees above shall be doubled for refuse collected outside Midland County, but authorized by the city manager to be disposed at the city's landfill, or for local units of government in Midland County not having a solid waste disposal agreement with the city.

(c)        Landfill disposal fee calculation. The landfill disposal fee is based upon the generating location of the refuse, the type of material and the size of the load, as determined by landfill personnel.

(d)        Construction and Demolition material. Construction and demolition material  are hereby defined as broken concrete, brick, masonry, pavement, roofing, drywall, wood, paneling, used building materials and other materials designated by the utilities director or his agent.

(e)        Yard waste.  Yard waste is hereby defined as grass clippings, leaves, brush, garden waste, trees and branches smaller than 12 inches in diameter and 8 feet long.

(f)         Landfill disposal fee billing administration. Regular landfill users with an account in good standing shall be issued charge cards and shall be billed monthly for their disposal fees. A penalty of two (2) percent of the bill, with a minimum of five dollars ($5.00), shall be added to bills not paid to the city treasurer within thirty (30) days of the date of the billing. Access to the landfill for disposal shall be prohibited if the bill remains unpaid for more than sixty (60) days of the date of billing.  To regain access to the landfill all outstanding invoices (including those less than 60 days old) shall be paid in full.  Customers with an account not in good standing shall pay cash, certified check or money order for each load.

Section 2.  This ordinance shall take effect on the date of publication.  (Motion adopted.  Considered first reading.)

 


SITE PLAN NO. 232 – MIDLAND BAPTIST CHURCH PARKING LOT

Mark Ostgarden, City Planner, presented information on Site Plan No. 232 for the Midland Baptist Church Parking Lot Expansion, located at 5117 Jefferson Avenue.  There will be a street access off Harper Lane as well as Jefferson Avenue.  June A. Wolf, 112 Harper Lane, voiced her concerns regarding drainage from the church running onto Harper Lane instead of Jefferson Avenue and urged Council to have the church build a retention pond.  Jerry Brown, speaking on behalf of the Midland Baptist Church, indicated the balance of the parking lot was designed for water retention and he believed water should be retained within the lot.  Lighting for the lot will be facing the lot and buses currently in the parking lot have been relocated.  The following resolution was offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

WHEREAS, the City Council has received the recommendation of the City Planning Commission for approval of Site Plan No. 232, for a parking lot expansion with a new street access on the southwest corner of Jefferson Avenue and Harper Lane on .64 acres; and

WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed the proposed Site Plan No. 232 in accord with the provisions set forth in Sections 25.3 and 25.4 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council does hereby approve Site Plan No. 232, contingent upon the following:

1.   Storm water retention plans are reviewed and approved by the City of Midland Engineering Department.

2.   Site lighting will not cast illumination off site.

3.   The landscape screening shall comply with height and obscuration requirement at the time of installation or planting.

(Motion adopted.)

 

NEW TERMINAL BUILDING AT BARSTOW AIRPORT

Brian McManus, City Engineer, presented information on a proposal for a new terminal building at Jack Barstow Airport.  Jackson Hallett, 717 Crescent Drive, a commercial pilot for Continental, supported building a new terminal.  Mr. Hallett indicated the current terminal was inadequate and felt that extending runways would be beneficial to the airport.  James Rieke, 4715 Swede Avenue, a pilot and a member of the sub-committee that flew around looking at various terminals, felt that a new terminal would reflect well on the community.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member McKeag and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

WHEREAS, a report has been received from the Airport Manager  indicating the desire to pursue a new terminal building at Jack Barstow Airport at a cost of $475,000; and

WHEREAS, the Airport Terminal Building Subcommittee has received tentative commitments for donations in the amount of $435,000 to plan and construct the new terminal building; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council authorizes the City Manager to pursue written commitments for donated funds from foundations, pilots, and other donors; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Council authorizes the City Manager to proceed with the selection of an architect/designer acceptable to the donors.  (Motion adopted.)

 

MICH DEPT OF TREASURY PERSONAL PROPERTY AUDIT GRANT & AGREEMENTS

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

 

WHEREAS, Section 926 of Public Act 161 of 2003 provides up to $7 million for grants to cities, townships, and counties for the sole purpose of paying a portion of the cost for personal property audits; and

WHEREAS, application to compete for grant money provided by Section 926 of Public Act 161 of 2003 has been made and filed in a timely manner by the City of Midland’s Assessor’s office; and

WHEREAS, part of the application review process requires approval from the local unit’s legislative body by October 31, 2003; and

WHEREAS, receipt of grant funds is contingent upon the execution of a grant agreement between the grantee (City of Midland if awarded) and the Michigan Department of Treasury; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Midland finds and determines that it is in support of competing for grant money provided by Section 926 of Public Act 161 of 2003; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that, if the City of Midland is successful in the competitive application process as provided for in Section 926 of Public Act 161 of 2003 and is determined to be an eligible grantee, the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute a grant agreement with the Michigan Department of Treasury.  (Motion adopted.)

 

ACH & ELECTRONIC TRANSACTION POLICY

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

 

WHEREAS, on December 30, 2002, the Governor of the State of Michigan approved Act No. 738 of the Public Acts of 2002 authorizing the use of electronic transactions by designated officers of the local government; and

WHEREAS, the act specifies that the treasurer or electronic transactions officer (ETO) must present a written Automated Clearing House (ACH) and Electronic Transactions policy to the governing body for approval; now therefore  

RESOLVED, that the Midland City Council does hereby approve the City of Midland’s ACH and Electronic Transaction Policy in compliance with Act 738 of 2002 as presented by the Midland City Treasurer.  (Motion adopted.)

 

APPOINTMENT OF ELECTONIC TRANSACTION OFFICER

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

 

WHEREAS, on December 30, 2002, the Governor of the State of Michigan approved Act No. 738 of the Public Acts of 2002 authorizing the use of electronic transactions by designated officers of the local government; and

WHEREAS, the act specifies that the governing body must authorize electronic transactions and the treasurer or Electronic Transactions Officer (ETO) must present a written Automated Clearing House (ACH) and Electronic Transactions policy to the governing body for approval; and 

WHEREAS,  Automated Clearing House (ACH) is defined as a national and governmental organization that has the authority to process electronic payments, including, but not limited to, the national automated clearing house association and the federal reserve system; and

WHEREAS, Electronic Transactions Officer (ETO) is defined as the person designated under the act by the governing body to establish all ACH arrangements and guidelines for processing of Electronic Transactions; and

WHEREAS, the City of Midland deems that it is in the best interest of the city to make certain financial transactions by using electronic transactions as described in the Act; now therefore 

RESOLVED, that the City Treasurer be authorized to act as the City’s Electronic Transactions Officer; and  

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the designated ETO shall be responsible for establishing all ACH arrangements for the local unit and shall draft a written policy to be followed in accordance with the act and presented to the governing body for approval.  (Motion adopted.)

 


TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER D-03-04

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

 

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. D-03-04 filed August 11, 2003 pursuant to Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances to establish traffic control as follows:

That the traffic signal control at the intersections of Waldo Avenue at Wheeler Street, East Ashman Street, East Patrick Street, James Savage Road and Bay City Road shall operate in “color” mode from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily, 7 days per week.                

is hereby made permanent.  (Motion adopted.)

 

TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER R-03-06

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

 

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. R-03-06 filed July 2, 2003 pursuant to Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances to establish traffic control as follows:

That the speed limit on Sturgeon Avenue be reduced to 25 m.p.h. for 385’ north of Valorie Lane and 485’ south of Valorie Lane on school days at the following times:

1. 7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.

2. 11:45 a.m. to 12:35 p.m.

3. 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

is hereby made permanent.  (Motion adopted.)

 

TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER S-03-09

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

 

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. S-03-09 filed June 23, 2003 pursuant to Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances to establish traffic control as follows:

That the “No Turn on Red” control on southbound Swede Avenue at Eastlawn Drive be Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

is hereby made permanent.  (Motion adopted.)

 

“THREE FREE” FEE WAIVER FOR YARD WASTE COLLECTION

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

 

RESOLVED, that the “Three Free” fee waiver period for yard waste collection is hereby extended through the leaf collection program as provided for in Section 21-4c of the Code of Ordinances.  (Motion adopted.)

 

SPRAYPARK AT LONGVIEW SCHOOL

Martin McGuire, Director of Public Services, presented information on an offer by the Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation to fund a spraypark to be located at Longview School.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

WHEREAS, The Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation has offered to donate a spraypark to the City; and

WHEREAS, the Foundation has identified the Longview School area as an appropriate site for this park; and

WHEREAS, the most suitable location in the Longview area is the school site itself; and

WHEREAS, the City has successfully partnered in the past to offer School/Park facilities; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby accepts the offer of the Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation to build a spraypark at Longview School for community use; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Mayor and City Clerk are authorized to execute a School/Park partnership agreement as drafted by the City Attorney.  (Motion adopted.)

 

GIFT FOR DOCK IMPROVEMENT NEAR THE TRIDGE

Martin McGuire, Director of Public Services, presented information on a donation from the Midland Area Community Foundation to be used to improve the dock facility near the Tridge.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

WHEREAS, the City maintains a dock facility near the Tridge; and

WHEREAS, the facility is used for fishing and special events involving a riverboat; and

WHEREAS, fluctuating river levels have made use of the dock difficult and unpredictable; and

WHEREAS, a plan has been formulated to add a feasible extension onto the dock to make it more usable; and

WHEREAS, the Midland Area Community Foundation has offered to donate $70,000 to the City to fund the improvement; now therefore

RESOLVED, the City hereby accepts the generous offer of the Midland Area Community Foundation and directs the staff to proceed with the project.  (Motion adopted.)

 

AMENDMENT TO FILTERED WATER SERVICE AGREEMENT

Jack Duso, Assistant City Manager, presented the First Amendment to Filtered Water Service Agreement.  The agreement is between the City of Midland, the County of Midland, and Water District No. 1 of Midland County.  The first amendment to the agreement adds Edenville Township and Hope Township to Water District No. 1 of Midland County.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, the City of Midland and the County of Midland entered into a Filtered Water Service Agreement on August 21, 1969 for the purpose of providing water to Jerome Township, Lincoln Township, and the Village of Sanford; and

WHEREAS, the townships of Jerome, Lincoln, Edenville and Hope and the Village of Sanford have created an authority known as the Water District No. 1 of Midland County, which is responsible for operating and maintaining the water system; and

WHEREAS, the County of Midland wishes to assign its interest in the Filtered Water Service Agreement to Water District No. 1 of Midland County, which requires City approval; and

WHEREAS, the townships of Edenville and Hope have requested water from the City for a water main project along M-30 from their respective southern boundaries to Adams Road; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary to amend the Filtered Water Service Agreement to grant the above mentioned requests; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the First Amendment to Filtered Water Service Agreement between the City of Midland and the County of Midland and Water District No. 1 of Midland County is hereby approved and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute said amendment.  (Motion adopted.)

 

SALE OF DOW STOCK RECEIVED AS A GIFT

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

 

WHEREAS, on February 12, 2003 the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation awarded the City a grant of $190,000 to assist with additional funds needed for lighting the St. Charles Street Softball fields; and

WHEREAS, on October 15, 2003, a total of 5,587 shares of Dow Chemical Company common stock, valued at $194,700 were transferred to the Gift Agency Account at Chemical Bank and Trust Company for the City’s benefit, in satisfaction of this pledge; and

WHEREAS, it was the donor’s wish that said shares of stock be sold as soon as possible to ensure that the market price of said stock would fulfill the amount pledged; and

WHEREAS, said shares of stock were sold by the City Treasurer through Chemical Bank and Trust Company on October 16, 2003, and net proceeds of $196,318 were received; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the generous grant of $196,318 from the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation for lighting the St. Charles Street Softball fields is hereby accepted, with appreciation; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the sale of 5,587 shares of Dow Chemical Company common stock on October 16, 2003 is hereby approved, and the net proceeds shall be placed in the St. Charles Softball Fields Improvement project (GG0107) in the Capital Projects Fund.  (Motion adopted.)

 

POLICY ON SALE OF SECURITIES

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

 

WHEREAS, the City of Midland occasionally receives securities from donors as gifts for funding of public activities or improvements; and

WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the City and the donor that said securities be sold as soon as possible after receipt; and

WHEREAS, a formal policy establishing procedures for sale of securities received by the City as a gift and authorizing the City Treasurer to sell such securities has been prepared by staff; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the attached Policy Regarding Sale of Securities Received as a Gift is hereby approved.  (Motion adopted.)

 

WINTER LIGHTS FIREWORKS

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

 

RESOLVED, that the request from Jim Johnson to set off fireworks each evening during the Tri City Winter Lights display beginning November 25, 2003 through December 31, 2003, is hereby approved subject to meeting these requirements:

  • The fireworks display company must provide a certificate of liability insurance at least five (5) days before the event, naming the City of Midland as certificate holder and additional insured.  Minimum coverage must be $1,000,000 per occurrence, $2,000,000 aggregate.
  • Written documentation showing that Midland County has given permission for the fireworks display must be provided at least five (5) days before the event.

;and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that future requests may be approved by the Administrative Staff if conducted in substantially the same manner.  (Motion adopted.)

 

VINTAGE CHEVROLET CLUB OF AMERICA

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

 

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby approves the request of the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America seeking permission to park vehicles on City property adjacent to Ashman Court Hotel property on Friday, July 23, 2004, from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. during their 41st Central Meet, with these conditions:

  • Trailers should be parked in the Jerome Street Parking Lot, the parking lot closest to Riverside Place or in the St. Charles Street area.
  • Use of the parking lots is non-exclusive and there may be other vehicles in those areas.
  • A mutually acceptable area in the Farmers Market/Tridge area may be used to take pictures of the cars.  An area may be blocked off for that use, provided the area is free of parked vehicles.
  • Visitors should be aware that there is a two-hour parking limit until 5:00 p.m. for vehicles parking on downtown streets.
  • The organizers should ensure that parking around the Ashman Court grounds does not obstruct access to fire hydrants.  In addition, should access to areas on or near the procession route by emergency vehicles be necessary, we ask that the participants move out of the way and let the apparatus proceed to the emergency scene.
  • On Saturday, the vintage cars should leave the Ashman Court property individually and form a line in the St. Charles/Benson Street area.  A patrol officer will then assist the cars, en masse, back onto Poseyville Road in an uninterrupted manner.
  • A certificate of liability insurance in the amount of $1,000,000 per occurrence, $2,000,000 aggregate, with the City of Midland named as additional insured must be provided at least five (5) days prior to the event.

;and

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

 

COFFEE BAR AT LIBRARY

Melissa Barnard, Grace A. Dow Memorial Library Director, gave an overview of an agreement between the City of Midland and the Arnold Center, Inc. for the operation of a coffee bar to be located at the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library and to be operated by the Arnold Center, Inc.   Mike Shea, Director of the Arnold Center, Inc., spoke in support of the agreement.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

WHEREAS, the City Council approved a resolution on April 14, 2003 accepting the recommendation of the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library Board to operate a coffee bar in partnership with the Arnold Center, Inc.; and

WHEREAS, staff was directed to seek outside grant or foundation funding sources to cover construction, equipment and other start-up costs, and negotiate a proposed operating agreement with the Arnold Center, Inc.; and

WHEREAS, the funding goal has been met and an agreement between the City of Midland and the Arnold Center, Inc. has been prepared; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby approves the agreement between the City of Midland and the Arnold Center, Inc. for the coffee bar located at the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library, and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute said Agreement; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the staff is hereby directed to proceed with the project.  (Motion adopted.)

 

COMPUTER & TELEPHONE CABLING AT CITY HALL

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

 

WHEREAS, sealed bids have been advertised and received in accord with Article II of Chapter 2 of the Midland Code of Ordinances for City Hall voice and data cable installation; and

WHEREAS, funds have been budgeted in the 2003-04 Information Services budget for capital hardware and software purchases; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby accepts a sealed proposal meeting City specifications submitted by Yeo & Yeo Computer Consulting of Saginaw, Michigan in the amount of $27,637 for voice/data cable installation, and a purchase order is authorized.  (Motion adopted.)

 


PURCHASE OF NATURAL GAS FOR CITY FACILITIES

Michael Meyer, Purchasing Agent, presented information regarding the purchase of natural gas.  The purchasing agent secured a fixed price of $5.43 per thousand cubic yards of natural gas from Bishop Energy Services for a term of one year with an option to renew for successive one year periods upon the anniversary date of the contract.  The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Wazbinski:

 

WHEREAS, the City is interested in purchasing natural gas in bulk to provide a cost savings over our State-regulated utility company; and

WHEREAS, the current market situation for natural gas is quite volatile and prices fluctuate on a daily basis; and

WHEREAS, a favorable price for natural gas is available currently; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby waives the competitive bid process and awards the purchase of natural gas from Bishop Energy for all City locations at the rate of $5.43 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) for a period of November 2003 through April 2004.  (Motion adopted.)

 

RECEIVED & FILED APPEAL ON FOIA DENIAL

James Branson, City Attorney, informed Council of an appeal that was received from Jerome C. Kole regarding a denial on a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act.   The following resolution was then offered by Council Member Griggs and seconded by Council Member Currie:

 

RESOLVED, that on October 27, 2003 the Midland City Council received and filed an appeal on a denial of information requested under the Freedom of Information Act, referred appeal to City Attorney for comment and authorized City Attorney to send notice of 10 day extension.   (Motion adopted.)

 

WARD II COUNCIL MEMBER

Mayor Black acknowledged Council Member Griggs for his service in serving Ward 2.  Council Member Griggs, elected to Ward 2 in 2001 has announced he will not seek reelection as a Council Member for Ward 2.

 

Being no further business the meeting adjourned at 8:59 p.m.

 

 

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            Penny K. Kovacevich, City Clerk