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Council Minutes 8/15/01

 VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES August 15, 2001 

CALL TO ORDER (by Vice Mayor Wernet at 7:35pm)

ROLL CALL (7:35pm) Those responding to the roll call were Councilmembers Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet; Manager Hickman, Law Director Crites. Councilmember Crais moved to excuse Councilmember Lucier and Mayor Robertson; second by Councilmember Moore. Motion carried. [Councilmember Bellman arrived at 7:38pm.] CITIZENS’ COMMENTS (opened by Vice Mayor Wernet at 7:35pm) All Topics None Vice Mayor Wernet closed Citizens’ Comments at 7:35pm.

PUBLIC HEARINGS (7:36pm) Ordinance No. 20-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 2.08 Of The Village Charter To Enhance Council’s Ability To Regulate Real Estate And Promote Moderately Priced Housing Within The Municipality. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 20-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:36pm.

Ordinance No. 21-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 4.04 Of The Village Charter To Require That The Finance Director, Law Director, Safety Director And Service Director Be Appointed By The Village Manager With The Advice And Consent Of Council. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 21-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:36pm.

Ordinance No. 22-01, An Ordinance To Amend Sections 2.09 And 2.11 Of The Village Charter To Require Council To Periodically Update Its Rules And Make Them Available To New Members And The Public, To Require Uniform Referral, Voting And Reporting Of Legislation By Committees Of Council, To Require Such Committees To Keep Minutes, Which Are Public Records, and To Provide That Municipal Residents And Property Owners May Serve On Committees, But That Only Members Of Council May Vote. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 22-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:37pm.

Ordinance No. 23-01, An Ordinance To Amend Sections 3.07 And 3.08 Of The Village Charter To Revise Initiative And Referendum Procedures. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 23-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:37pm.

Ordinance No. 24-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 5.05 Of The Village Charter To Increase The Threshold At Which Competitive Bidding Is Required For Supplies, Materials, And Equipment From Ten To Fifteen Thousand Dollars. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 24-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:37pm.

Ordinance No. 25-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 8.01 Of The Village Charter To Make The Board Of Education’s Representative On The Planning Commission An Ex-Officio, Non-Voting Member. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 25-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:37pm.

Ordinance No. 26-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 10.04 Of The Village Charter To Update The Fair-Employment-Practices Provision. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 26-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:38pm.

Ordinance No. 27-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 10.11 Of The Village Charter To Require Council To Submit Charter Amendments Proposed By The Charter Review Commission To The Electors On A Two-Thirds Vote Of Approval. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 27-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:38pm.

Ordinance No. 28-01, An Ordinance To Amend Sections 1.03, 1.04, 2.01, 2.02, 2.03, 2.05, 2.08, 2.09, 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, 2.14, 2.15, 3.11, 4.01, 4.02, 4.03, 4.04, 4.05, 4.06, 5.02, 5.07, 6.01, 6.02, 6.10, 6.11, 9.05, And 10.01 Of The Village Charter To Make References To Persons Throughout The Charter Gender-Neutral And To Make Other, Non- Substantive Language Changes For Clarity And Uniformity Of Expression. No one appeared to speak for or against Ordinance No. 28-01. Vice Mayor Wernet closed the public hearing at 7:39pm.

NEW BUSINESS (7:39pm) Resolution No. 01-53, A Resolution To Authorize The Village Manager To Seek Bids For The Purchase Of A Brush Chipper, was introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember McGowan. Motion carried.

 Resolution No. 01-54, A Resolution To Award The Bid For Replacement Of High Service Pump No. 2, As Per Specifications, To Mid Ohio Mechanical And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into An Agreement Therefore, was introduced by Councilmember McGowan. Second by Councilmember Moore. Motion carried.

 Resolution No. 01-55, A Resolution To Award The Bid For Clear Run Culvert Improvements, As Per Specifications. To Layton Companies, Inc. And To Authorize The Village Manager To Enter Into An Agreement Therefore, was introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Moore. Motion carried.

Ordinance No. 30-01, An Ordinance To Amend Ordinance No. 25- 00 Providing For Adjustments Of The Annual Budget For The Fiscal Year 2001 And Revising Sums For Operating Expenses, was introduced by Councilmember Bellman. Vice Mayor Wernet set the public hearing for September 5, 2001.

OLD BUSINESS (7:44pm) Ordinance No. 20-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 2.08 Of The Village Charter To Enhance Council’s Ability To Regulate Real Estate And Promote Moderately Priced Housing Within The Municipality, was re-introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Moore.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet.

A Roll Call Vote on the motion-to-amend yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. A Roll-Call Vote on the ordinance as amended yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. Ordinance No. 20-01 as amended is adopted.

Ordinance No. 21-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 4.04 Of The Village Charter To Require That The Finance Director, Law Director, Safety Director And Service Director Be Appointed By The Village Manager With The Advice And Consent Of Council, was re-introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Moore.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet.

A Roll Call Vote on the motion-to-amend yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. A Roll-Call Vote on the ordinance as amended yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. Ordinance No. 21-01 as amended is adopted.

Ordinance No. 22-01, An Ordinance To Amend Sections 2.09 And 2.11 Of The Village Charter To Require Council To Periodically Update Its Rules And Make Them Available To New Members And The Public, To Require Uniform Referral, Voting And Reporting Of Legislation By Committees Of Council, To Require Such Committees To Keep Minutes, Which Are Public Records, and To Provide That Municipal Residents And Property Owners May Serve On Committees, But That Only Members Of Council May Vote, was re-introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Belllman.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded three (3) affirmative votes (Councilmembers Bellman and Crais; Vice Mayor Wernet) and two (2) negative votes (Councilmembers McGowan and Moore). The emergency is not declared.

Discussion: Councilmember Moore stated her belief that this ordinance delves too far into the minutiae of Council operations and might therefore compromise Council’s ability to preserve the flexibility it needs to decide each year how best to operate. Also, if passed, it might end up being “too hard to change and not be comfortable in the long run.” Responding to questions from other members of Council, Law Director Crites expressed a qualified opinion: since the emergency provision had been defeated, the only way this ordinance could now be placed on this fall’s ballot is if one of the two members casting a vote to defeat the emergency clause were to bring it forward at the meeting of August 22nd (in order to meet the deadline of 4:00pm on August 23rd) and it were to receive five (5) positive votes (a 2/3 majority). If the Ordinance were passed as a non- emergency, it could still be submitted. However, there would then be a 30-day period during which someone could referend it. Councilmember Crais asked if it could be tabled, and how. Law Director Crites said it would take a motion, a second, and a majority vote. Councilmember Bellman moved to table Ordinance No. 22-01; second by Councilmember Crais. Motion carried (3 affirmative votes; 2 negative votes).

Councilmember Bellman asked Manager Hickman to make sure that Councilmember Lucier was made aware of what is happening with this ordinance. Vice Mayor Wernet asked all members present to exchange information about their specific concerns before the next meeting.

Ordinance No. 23-01, An Ordinance To Amend Sections 3.07 And 3.08 Of The Village Charter To Revise Initiative And Referendum Procedures, was re-introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Moore.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Moore.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet.

A Roll Call Vote on the motion-to-amend yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. A Roll-Call Vote on the ordinance as amended yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. Ordinance No. 23-01 as amended is adopted.

Ordinance No. 24-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 5.05 Of The Village Charter To Increase The Threshold At Which Competitive Bidding Is Required For Supplies, Materials, And Equipment From Ten To Fifteen Thousand Dollars, was re- introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Moore.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet.

A Roll Call Vote on the motion-to-amend yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. A Roll-Call Vote on the ordinance as amended yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. Ordinance No. 24-01 as amended is adopted.

Ordinance No. 25-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 8.01 Of The Village Charter To Make The Board Of Education’s Representative On The Planning Commission An Ex-Officio, Non-Voting Member, was re-introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

Discussion: Councilmember Bellman asked if everyone thought this ordinance should be tabled. Councilmember Crais said the intent of tabling would to provide an opportunity for those members not present to participate in the discussion/vote on this proposal. Vice Mayor Wernet agreed and added it would also provide an opportunity for anyone who would like to modify the ordinance to gain support for that action. Councilmember McGowan asked that the record reflect that tonight’s meeting is the regularly scheduled meeting for the month August. Councilmember Bellman moved to table; second by Councilmember Crais. Motion-to-table carried. Ordinance No. 24-01 is tabled.

Ordinance No. 26-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 10.04 Of The Village Charter To Update The Fair-Employment-Practices Provision, was re-introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Moore.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet.

A Roll Call Vote on the motion-to-amend yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. A Roll-Call Vote on the ordinance as amended yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. Ordinance No. 26-01 as amended is adopted.

Ordinance No. 27-01, An Ordinance To Amend Section 10.11 Of The Village Charter To Require Council To Submit Charter Amendments Proposed By The Charter Review Commission To The Electors On A Two-Thirds Vote Of Approval, was re- introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet.

A Roll Call Vote on the motion-to-amend yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. A Roll-Call Vote on the ordinance as amended yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. Ordinance No. 27-01 as amended is adopted.

Ordinance No. 28-01, An Ordinance To Amend Sections 1.03, 1.04, 2.01, 2.02, 2.03, 2.05, 2.08, 2.09, 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, 2.14, 2.15, 3.11, 4.01, 4.02, 4.03, 4.04, 4.05, 4.06, 5.02, 5.07, 6.01, 6.02, 6.10, 6.11, 9.05, And 10.01 Of The Village Charter To Make References To Persons Throughout The Charter Gender-Neutral And To Make Other, Non- Substantive Language Changes For Clarity And Uniformity Of Expression, was re-introduced by Councilmember Crais. Second by Councilmember Moore.

Councilmember Crais moved to amend the Ordinance as follows: 1) Title – add “…WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.” 2) 2nd paragraph – change “Resolution” to “Ordinance” 3) 3rd paragraph – change “…be it resolved…” to “…be it ordained…” 4) Add “Section IV: This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety, morals, and welfare. Wherefore, this ordinance shall take effect immediately on passage.” 5) Clerk’s Certification – change “…foregoing resolution…” to “foregoing ordinance…”. Second by Councilmember Bellman.

A Roll Call vote on Section IV, declaring an emergency, yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet.

A Roll Call Vote on the motion-to-amend yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. A Roll-Call Vote on the ordinance as amended yielded five (5) affirmative votes: Councilmembers Bellman, Crais, McGowan, and Moore; Vice Mayor Wernet. Ordinance No. 28-01 as amended is adopted. 

Ordinance No. 17-01 remains on the table. 

OTHER (8:25pm) Survey Committee No discussion.

Strategic Land Acquisition Committee – Report Councilmember Crais, on behalf of the committee, stated he would prefer to postpone the report to a meeting when everyone can be present.

MAYOR'S REPORT (8:26pm) The Mayor's Court Report for the month of July was presented for review. Discussion: Councilmember McGowan asked it trucks were cited at Cherry Valley & 16 and then brought into the Village or if they were they already here. Manager Hickman responded that the intersection is “clearly in the Village,” adding that the citations were “not random but apparent or necessary.” Councilmember Bellman moved to accept the report; second by Councilmember McGowan. Motion carried. Vice Mayor Wernet directed the report be filed with the Clerk. A copy of said report is attached as part of these minutes. MANAGER'S REPORT (8:30pm) The Manager's Report for the month of July was presented for review. Councilmember Crais asked when landscaping at scale would be completed. Councilmember Bellman said he recalled Keith Myers having scheduled it for the fall (as well as having made suggestions for specific plantings). Councilmember Bellman moved to accept the report; second by Councilmember Moore. Motion carried. Vice Mayor Wernet directed the report be filed with the Clerk. A copy of said report is attached as part of these minutes.

REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES (8:31pm) Special Meeting of July 25, 2001. The following additions/corrections were requested: 1) Vice Mayor Wernet, Roll Call - he noted that he had not been present at the meeting and asked that his name be deleted in both places where it appears. 2) Councilmember Moore, Citizens’ Comments – asked that an exchange between her and Mayor Robertson be included. In Mayor Robertson’s absence, however, it could not be determined precisely where to insert the addition. Councilmember McGowan moved to table the Review and Approval to the next meeting. Second by Councilmember Moore. Motion carried.

Regularly Scheduled Meeting of August 1, 2001. Councilmember Crais moved to table the Review and Approval to the next meeting. Vice Mayor Wernet declared the motion carried by acclamation. 

COMMITTEE REPORTS (8:37pm) Development Committee (Councilmember Crais). Councilmember Crais reported that the committee is waiting for an expected communication from Kathryn Wimberger. 

Finance Committee (Councilmember Moore). No report. Newark-Granville Joint Committee (Mayor Robertson) No report.

Personnel Committee (Councilmember McGowan). No report.

Planning Commission (Councilmember Lucier). No report.

Rec Commission (Councilmember McGowan). Councilmember McGowan reported that fall sports sign-up is under way and that there may be a replacement levy on the November ballot.

Street Light Committee (Councilmember McGowan). Councilmember McGowan reported that the replacements/new installations are done for the year. Streets, Sidewalks & Utilities Committee (Vice Mayor Wernet). Vice Mayor Wernet, noting that the committee “really needs to meet” to review the 2002 budget, asked Manager Hickman to nail down a date. Councilmember Crais asked for an accident review covering the last 12 months.

Tree & Landscape Committee (Councilmember Moore). Councilmember Moore reported that committee had spent a fair portion of the meeting on issues of communication, especially with citizens who might be concerned about trees being removed. Manager Hickman responded that Village procedures in this area are being refined. Councilmember Bellman noted that he had been told by Omega Pest Control that many of our trees have carpenter ants and asked if there were any way to treat the trees to ultimately reduce the damage. Manager Hickman will look into it. Councilmember Moore said the committee had also talked about replacing some trees that were removed. Manager Hickman said they were probably going to replace the trees with some natural shrubbery to avoid a continual problem. Vice Mayor Wernet asked if notifications were sent when an old tree had to have one of its large secondary trunks removed. Manager Hickman said they notified only the property owner directly in front of the tree and usually only notified them in the case of removal, not for radical pruning. Vice Mayor Wernet asked that the notification be expanded to include radical pruning. Councilmember Crais asked if any of these trees could be lumbered. Manager Hickman noted that they are mostly unsuitable (i.e., diseased, etc.). Councilmember McGowan added that, through personal experience, he is aware that lumber mills do not like taking city or village trees because of the possibility of nails, etc. They prefer trees grown specifically for lumber. 

Union Cemetery Board (Councilmember Lucier). No report.

MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS August 22, 2001 – Special Village Council (re water contract) August 27, 2001 – Planning Commission September 5, 2001 – Village Council

OTHER Councilmember McGowan asked if Council needed to address the IGA issue. Manager Hickman responded he plans to take it to Streets & Sidewalks before it comes to Council.

Councilmember Crais asked if ordinances tabled at this meeting will be listed on the agenda for next week’s special meeting. Law Director Crites said they would. Vice Mayor Wernet reiterated his comments about wanting to get a sense of the concerns and urged everyone to give their thought to Councilmember Crais so he could consider his course of action.

ADJOURNMENT Councilmember McGowan moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:48pm. Second by Councilmember Crais. Meeting adjourned. 

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