June 25, 2007

 

A regular meeting of the City Council was held on Monday, June 25, 2007, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  Mayor Johnson presided.  The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited in unison.

 

Councilmen present:

Thomas Adams, Bruce Johnson, Hollis McKeag, James Myers, Joseph Rokosz

Councilmen absent:

None

 

MINUTES

Approval of the minutes of the June 11, 2007 regular and June 18, 2007 special meetings was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

DDA KEEP MICHIGAN BEAUTIFUL, INC.’S PRESIDENT’S AWARD

Communications Coordinator Libby Richart introduced Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Executive Director Christin O’Callaghan who spoke regarding the DDA’s receipt of the Keep Michigan Beautiful, Inc.’s President’s Award.  The following resolution was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

RESOLVED, that the Mayor is authorized to issue the attached Proclamation of Recognition to the Downtown Development Authority for receiving the President’s Award through Keep Michigan Beautiful, Inc. for its efforts to beautify one of the main entryways to Midland’s downtown district. (Motion ADOPTED.)  Mayor Johnson presented Christin O’Callaghan with the Proclamation of Recognition.

 

2006-07 GOLF COURSE BUDGET AMENDMENT

Department of Public Services Administrative Assistant for Operations Karen Murphy presented an amendment to the 2006-07 Golf Course Fund budget to recognize revenue from a donation from the Currie family for the construction of a cart storage and maintenance facility at Currie Golf Course.  A public hearing opened at 7:06 p.m., recognizing no public comments, the hearing closed at 7:06 p.m.  The following resolution was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Myers:

 

RESOLVED, that in accord with Sections 5.11, 11.4 and 11.6 of the Charter of the City of Midland, and after having given proper legal notice, and having conducted a public hearing Monday, June 25, 2007 on the proposal to amend the 2006-07 budget for the Golf Course, the Golf Course budget is hereby amended to increase the revenue by $500,000 to reflect a generous donation from the Currie family for a new golf cart storage and maintenance facility at Currie Golf Course, and to increase capital expenditures by $500,000 to allow for construction of the facility.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

2006-07 RIVERSIDE PLACE BUDGET AMENDMENT

Riverside Place Senior Housing Facility Director Cathy Marcy presented an amendment to the 2006-07 Riverside Place budget to recognize a contribution to replace the dining room piano.  A public hearing opened at 7:08 p.m., recognizing no public comments, the hearing closed at 7:08 p.m.  The following resolution was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Rokosz:

 

WHEREAS, in accord with Sections 5.11, 11.4 and 11.6 of the Charter of the City of Midland, and after having given proper legal notice, and having conducted a public hearing on Monday, June 25, 2007, on the proposal to amend the Riverside Fund’s 2006-07 budget to increase revenue to recognize a gift of $17,295 from the Residents of Riverside and to increase expenditures by $17,295; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the Riverside Fund’s 2006-07 budget is amended by increasing revenue by $17,295 and increasing expenses by $17,295.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

No public comments were made.

 

SEWER AND WATER RATE ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS

Utilities Director Noel Bush presented for second reading an amendment to Section 28-52 of Division 3 of Article II of Chapter 28 – Water Rates and an amendment to Section 28-163 of Division 3 of Article III of Chapter 28 – Sewer Rates.  The following two ordinance amendments were then presented for consideration:

 

WATER RATE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT

The following ordinance amending water rates was offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman Myers:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1635

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF MIDLAND, MICHIGAN, BY AMENDING SECTION 28-52 OF DIVISION 3 OF ARTICLE II OF CHAPTER 28 THEREOF.

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  Section 28-52 of Division 3 of Article II of Chapter 28 of the Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 28-52. Filtered water rate generally.

The city's methodology of adjusting water rates shall be in accordance with the cost of service water and sewer rate study prepared by the city's consultant, presented to and approved by the council in 1993 and shall be in conformity with the findings set forth in section 28-2 of this chapter.

All filtered water bills shall be calculated according to the following:

(1)               For each one thousand (1,000) gallons used per quarter:  $1.09

In addition to the rate set forth in this section for the use of water, there shall be a readiness-to-serve charge per quarter on each metered service as follows:

Metered Service

Amount

     5/8" – 3/4”

$30.06

1"

$39.08

1- 1/2"

$48.10

2"

$78.16

3"

$300.60

4"

$390.78

6"

$571.14

8"

$811.62

(2)        Gross rates shall be ten (10) percent greater than the above schedule of rates and shall be charged for water service paid for after the date shown on the bills.

Section 2.    This ordinance shall take effect July 1, 2007.  (Ordinance ADOPTED.)

 

SEWER RATE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT

The following ordinance amending sewer rates was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

ORDINANCE NO. 1636

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF MIDLAND, MICHIGAN, BY AMENDING SECTION 28-163 OF DIVISION 3 OF ARTICLE III OF CHAPTER 28 THEREOF.

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  Section 28-163 of Division 3 of Article III of Chapter 28 of the Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 28-163. Amount of sewer charge.

The city's methodology of adjusting sewer rates shall be in accordance with the cost of service water and sewer rate study prepared by the city’s consultant, presented to and approved by the council in 1993 and shall be in conformity with the findings set forth in Section 28-4 of this chapter.

The charges for sewer service shall be calculated according to the following schedule:

(1)               There shall be a readiness-to-serve charge per quarter on each metered water service as follows:

Metered Service

Amount

     5/8" – ¾"

$35.40

1"

 46.02

1 – ½"

 56.64

2"

 92.04

3"

 354.00

4"

 460.20

6"

 672.60

8"

 955.80

(2)               In addition to the readiness-to-serve charge set forth in subsection (1) of this section, there will be an additional charge for sewer service, which will be calculated as follows:

For each 1,000 gallons of water used per quarter:       $1.68

However, bills for sewer services for two (2) summer quarters for domestic customers, schools and churches shall be based on the average consumption during two (2) winter quarters. In cases where there is no previous consumption upon which to base bills for sewer services in the summer quarters, twenty-five thousand (25,000) gallons or actual consumption, whichever is the least, shall be used.

Section 2.    This ordinance shall take effect July 1, 2007.  (Ordinance ADOPTED.)

 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE AMENDMENT (1st reading)

Assistant City Manager Jack Duso presented for first reading an amendment to Sections 35-3, 35-4, 35-5, 35-6, 35-8, 35-9 and adding a new Section 35-10 to the Emergency Management ordinance.   Introduction and first reading of the following ordinance amendment was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

ORDINANCE NO. ____

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF MIDLAND, MICHIGAN, BY AMENDING SECTIONS 35-3, 35-4, 35-5, 35-6, 35-8, 35-9, AND ADDING A NEW SECTION 35-10 OF CHAPTER 35 THEREOF.

The City of Midland ordains:

Section 1.        Sections 35-3, 35-4, 35-5, 35-6, 35-8 and 35-9 of Chapter 35 are hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 35-3. Purpose.

            The purpose of this chapter is to provide for the planning, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery from natural and human-made disasters within the City of Midland by being part of the County of Midland's emergency management program; to appoint the county director of emergency services EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR as the City of Midland's municipal emergency management coordinator; to provide a means for coordinating resources of the city with those of the county; to appoint an emergency management liaison to work with the emergency management coordinator; and to provide a means through which the city council may exercise the authority and discharge the responsibilities vested in it by this ordinance and Act No. 390 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 1976, as amended.

Sec. 35-4. Definitions.

            The terms used herein shall have the same meaning as given them in Act No. 390 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 1976, as amended, or as hereinafter in this section provided unless the context clearly indicates to the contrary. As used this chapter:

            Act means Public Act 390 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 1976, as now in effect or hereinafter amended.

            Chief executive official means the city manager of the city.

            City or municipality means City of Midland.

            Council or city council means the city council of the city.

            County means the County of Midland.

            Department of emergency services means the County of Midland department of emergency services.

            Disaster means an occurrence or threat of widespread or severe damage, injury or loss of life or property resulting from a natural or human-made cause, including but not limited to fire, flood, snowstorm, ice storm, tornado, windstorm, oil spill, water contamination, utility failure, hazardous peacetime radiological incident, major transportation accident, hazardous materials incident, epidemic, air contamination, blight, drought, infestation, explosion, or hostile military action or paramilitary action, or similar occurrences resulting from terrorist activities, riots, or civil disorders.

            Disaster relief force means all agencies of county and city government, private and volunteer personnel, public officers and employees, and all other persons or groups of persons identified in the Midland County emergency operations plan as having duties to perform or those called into duty or working at the direction of a party identified in the plan to perform a specific disaster or emergency related task during a local state of emergency.

            District coordinator means the Michigan Department of State Police emergency management AND HOMELAND SECURITY division district coordinator who serves as liaison between the OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT department of emergency services and the Michigan Department of State Police, emergency management AND HOMELAND SECURITY division in all matters pertaining to emergency and disaster situations.

            Emergency management liaison means the person designated by the council to assist the municipal emergency management coordinator in coordinating the emergency management activities within the city.

            Emergency management program means the program established to coordinate planning, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery activities for emergency, or disaster AND HOMELAND SECURITY situations within a given geographic area made up of one (1) or several political subdivisions. Such a program has an appointed emergency management coordinator and meets the program standards and requirements as established by the department of state police, emergency management AND HOMELAND SECURITY division.  THE MIDLAND COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CONDUCTS THIS PROGRAM.

            Emergency operations plan means the plan developed and maintained by the county for the purpose of responding to emergency or disaster situations by identifying and organizing the disaster relief force.

            Governor's state of disaster means an executive order or proclamation by the governor that implements the emergency response and recovery aspects of the Michigan emergency management plan and applicable local plans of the county or city programs affected.

            Governor's state of emergency means an executive order or proclamation by the governor that implements the emergency response and recovery aspects of the Michigan emergency management plan and applicable local plans of the county or city programs affected.

            HEIGHTENED STATE OF ALERT MEANS AN EXECUTIVE ORDER OR PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR THAT AUTHORIZES THE GOVERNOR TO SAFEGUARD THE INTERESTS OF THE STATE, TO PREVENT OR RESPOND TO ACTS OF TERRORISM, OR TO FACILITATE THE APPREHENSION OF TERRORISTS, FOR A SPECIFIC PERIOD OF TIME, USING POWERS PROVIDED IN ACT 390 OF 1976 AS AMENDED, WHEN GOOD CAUSE FOR SUCH AN ORDER OR PROCLAMATION EXISTS.

            Local state of emergency means a declaration that activates the response and recovery aspects of any and all applicable local or interjurisdictional emergency operations plans and authorizes the furnishing of aid, assistance, and directives under those plans.

            Municipal emergency management coordinator means the person designated by the council to coordinate all matters pertaining to emergency management within the city.

            NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NIMS) MEANS A CORE SET OF DOCTRINE, CONCEPTS, PRINCIPLES, TERMINOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES AS ESTABLISHED BY THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY TO ENABLE EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT AND COLLABORATIVE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AT ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT.

            OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT MEANS THE COUNTY OF MIDLAND OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.

Sec. 35-5. Municipal emergency management coordinator‑‑Appointment.

            The Midland County director of emergency services EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR is hereby appointed as the municipal emergency management coordinator for the city. In addition to acting on behalf of, and at the direction of, the chairman of the county board of commissioners, the municipal emergency management coordinator shall also act on behalf of, and at the direction of, the city manager.

Sec. 35-6. Same‑‑Duties.

            The municipal emergency management coordinator shall comply with the standards and requirements as established by the department of state police, emergency management AND HOMELAND SECURITY division, under the authority of the act, in accomplishing the following:

            (a)        Direct and coordinate the development of the COUNTY OF Midland/CITY OF MIDLAND County emergency operations plan.

            (b)        Specify departments or agencies which must provide an annex to the plan or otherwise cooperate in its development.

            (c)        Identify departments and agencies to be included in the COUNTY OF Midland/CITY OF MIDLAND County emergency operations plan as part of the disaster relief force.

            (d)        Develop and maintain data on available resources.

            (e)        Coordinate the recruitment, appointment, and utilization of volunteer personnel.

            (f)         Assure the emergency management program meets eligibility requirements for state and federal aid.

            (g)        Coordinate and/or conduct training and exercise programs for the disaster relief force within the county and test the adequacy of the emergency operations plan.

            (h)        Through public information programs, educate the population of the city of actions necessary for the protection of life and property in an emergency or disaster.

            (i)         Assist in the development of mutual aid agreements.

            (j)         Assist the city in the development of standard operating procedures which are consistent with the emergency operations plan.

            (k)        Oversee the implementation of all functions necessary during an emergency or disaster in accordance with the emergency operations plan.

            (l)         Coordinate emergency management activities with all municipalities in Midland County, surrounding counties and municipalities, and the state.

            (m)      Coordinate all preparedness activities including establishing and maintaining an emergency coordinating center as necessary.

            (n)        Identify mitigation opportunities within the CITY county and encourage departments/agencies to implement THE IMPLEMENTATION OF mitigation measures WHERE FEASIBLE.

Sec. 35-8. Review of emergency operations plan and municipal emergency management coordinator.

            The city manager shall review effectiveness of the COUNTY OF Midland/CITY OF MIDLAND County emergency operations plan as the plan relates to the city at least once every four (4) years. He shall make recommendations to the municipal emergency management coordinator of any changes that may be needed. After this review and incorporation of necessary changes, the city council shall certify the plan to be current and adequate for the City of Midland.

            On an annual basis, the city manager shall review the eligibility and performance of the municipal emergency management coordinator and make recommendations to the city council as necessary.

Sec. 35-9. Declaration of local state of emergency.

            When circumstances within the city indicate that the occurrence or threat of occurrence of widespread or severe damage, injury or loss of life or property from natural or human-made cause exists, the city manager OR DESIGNEE may declare a local state of emergency. Such a declaration shall be promptly filed with the Midland County OFFICE department of emergency services MANAGEMENT, which shall forward it to the department of state police, emergency management AND HOMELAND SECURITY division. If a state of disaster or emergency OR HEIGHTENED STATE OF ALERT is declared by the Governor, the city manager shall assign and make available for duty the employees, property, or equipment of the City of Midland within or without the physical limits of the City of Midland as ordered by the governor or the director of the Michigan Department of State Police in accordance with the Act.

Section 2.        A new section 35-10 is hereby added to read as follows:

Section 35-10. NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.

            ALL DISASTER RELIEF FORCES AS DESCRIBED IN SECTION 35-4 SHALL COMPLY WITH AND OPERATE UNDER THE PUBLISHED STANDARDS, GUIDELINES AND COMPLIANCE PROTOCOLS OF THE NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AS PROVIDED BY THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY.

Section 3.        This ordinance shall become effective upon publication.  (Motion ADOPTED.  Considered first reading.)

 

WARRANTY DEEDS – RIGHT-OF-WAY ALONG JOE MANN BLVD & JEFFERSON AVE

City Engineer Brian McManus presented Warranty Deeds from the Don Carlsen family for the right-of-way along Joe Mann Boulevard and modifying previous deed restrictions along Jefferson Avenue.  The following resolution was then offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman McKeag:

 

WHEREAS, the City of Midland desires to acquire right-of-way generally in 20 foot wide strips along Joe Mann Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue from the Don Carlsen family; and

WHEREAS, the Don Carlsen family desires to have current deed restrictions set forth in the Declaration of Deed Restriction dated August 26, 2002 on their property street frontage along Jefferson Avenue modified to allow two access points; and

WHEREAS, the Don Carlsen family owes monies to the city for previous infrastructure special assessment costs that are recorded in the city records and were set aside from payment at the time of construction; and

WHEREAS, the Don Carlsen family and City Assessing Department staff agree that the value of the right-of-way desired by the City of Midland and the special assessment costs currently owed by the Carlsen family are of equal value along with other nominal considerations including allowance for two curb cuts on Jefferson Avenue and one curb cut for access to Joe Mann Boulevard subject to the city’s generally applicable regulations regulating curb cuts; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby accepts all appropriate right-of-way deeds for properties along Joe Mann Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue from the Don Carlsen family; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Council hereby agrees to modify the deed restrictions set forth in the Declaration of Deed Restriction dated August 26, 2002 for Carlsen family frontage on Jefferson Avenue north of Joe Mann Boulevard to allow for two curb cuts along said frontage; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Council hereby agrees that the special assessment costs previously set aside for property frontages on Jefferson Avenue and Joe Mann Boulevard and owed by the Carlsen Family are just compensation to offset the cost of additional right-of-way needed by the City of Midland and will be considered paid in full upon completion of applicable transactions; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that all necessary documents requiring signature or acceptance shall be approved by the City Attorney for presentation to the Mayor and City Clerk for formal acceptance and signature as required.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

REISNER RESIGNATION - DDA

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

RESOLVED, that the resignation of John Reisner as a member of the Downtown Development Authority is hereby accepted and the Administration is directed to convey the Council’s appreciation to Mr. Reisner for his service on this important Board.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

RUHLE APPOINTMENT - DDA

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

RESOLVED, that in accord with Section 4 of Act 197 of 1975, the Downtown Development Authority Act, the City Council confirms the appointment of Mark Ruhle to the Downtown Development Authority to fill an unexpired term to expire May 1, 2008.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

DOWNTOWN DISTRICT COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUES

Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Christin O’Callaghan presented a request for the installation of commemorative plaques within the sidewalks in downtown Midland.  The following resolution was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Myers:

 

WHEREAS, the Midland Downtown Development Authority recognizes the heritage and value of long-term businesses within the Downtown District; and

WHEREAS, the Midland Downtown Development Authority has reviewed and approved the request from the Midland Downtown Business Association to install commemorative bronze plaques within the public right-of-way adjacent to establishments which have been in business for over 50 years in the Downtown District; now therefore

RESOLVED, the Downtown Development Authority and City of Midland Engineering Department are authorized to approve the installation of the aforementioned commemorative plaques in the public right-of-way in the Downtown District.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

LOGAN’S ROADHOUSE LIQUOR LICENSE TRANSFER

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

RESOLVED, that the request from LOGAN’S ROADHOUSE, INC. (A TENNESSEE CORPORATION) TO TRANSFER ALL STOCK IN 2006 12 MONTHS RESORT CLASS C LICENSED BUSINESS (MCL 436.1531(2), LOCATED AT 7135 EASTMAN, MIDLAND, MI 48640, MIDLAND COUNTY, THRU TRANSFER OF 1,000 SHARES FROM EXISTING STOCKHOLDER, CBRL GROUP, INC. TO NEW STOCKHOLDER, LRI HOLDINGS, INC. (A DELAWARE CORPORATION).

be considered for approval.

It is the consensus of this legislative body that the application be:  Recommended for issuance.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

PROPOSED 2007-08 MAJOR STREET MAINTENANCE FUND BUDGET AMENDMENT

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

RESOLVED, that in accord with Section 11.6 of the Charter of the City of Midland, a public hearing shall be conducted at 7:00 p.m., July 9, 2007, in the Council Chambers of City Hall on the proposal to amend the Major Street Maintenance Fund’s 2007-08 budget to recognize $90,400 of revenues from private donations, and to increase appropriations by $90,400 for other grounds maintenance.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

PROPOSED 2007-08 GENERAL FUND BUDGET AMENDMENT (PLYMOUTH PARK)

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

WHEREAS, donations have been received in fiscal year 2006/07 from the Northeast Little League in the amount of $45,000, and from the Gerstacker Foundation in the amount of $36,885; and

WHEREAS, said donations have been earmarked in the fiscal year 2006/07 General Fund budget as gifts to be used in fiscal year 2007/08 for the conversion of the softball field at Plymouth Park into two Little League diamonds; and

WHEREAS, the Dow Foundation will be donating $55,325 in fiscal year 2007/08 to be used toward the project; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary to amend the General Fund budget for 2007/08 to recognize the revenue yet to be received, and to increase expenditures for the entire cost of the project; now therefore

RESOLVED, that in accord with Section 11.6 of the Charter of the City of Midland, a public hearing shall be conducted at 7:00 pm on Monday, July 9, 2007 in the Council Chambers of City Hall on the proposal to amend the 2007-08 General Fund budget to increase revenue by $55,325 to recognize a donation to be made by the Dow Foundation to be used in conjunction with donations received from the Northeast Little League and the Gerstacker Foundation for the construction of two Little League fields, and to increase expenditures by $137,210 to cover the cost of the project.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

JPR – CITY ATTORNEY AND CITY MANAGER

Mayor Bruce Johnson presented the City Council’s report on the job performance review for the City Attorney and City Manager and resolutions adjusting the annual compensation for both.  The following two resolutions were then presented for consideration:

 

CITY ATTORNEY’S ANNUAL COMPENSATION

The original resolution was offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman Myers.  Councilman McKeag moved, seconded by Councilman Myers, to amend resolution to reflect that all other terms of employment remain the same as outlined in the benefits package and that the retirement benefits as outlined in the review letter shall be enacted.  The following amended resolution was then presented for consideration:

 

RESOLVED, that the salary of James O. Branson III, City Attorney, is amended to recognize a salary increase from $111,755 annually to $117,342 effective July 1, 2007; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that Mr. Branson’s retirement plan with the Municipal Employees Retirement System is hereby modified from a B-4 FAC 5 F55/20 plan to a B-4 FAC 5 F55/15 plan; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that all other terms and conditions of the employment agreement shall remain in effect.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

CITY MANAGER’S ANNUAL COMPENSATION

The following resolution was offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman Myers:

 

RESOLVED, that the salary of Jon Lynch, City Manager, is amended to recognize a salary increase from $117,500 annually to $124,550 effective July 1, 2007; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that all other terms and conditions of the letter of employment shall remain in effect.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

Being no further business the meeting adjourned at 8:18 p.m.

 

 

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            Selina Tisdale, City Clerk